Bookings have opened for the first cruises to be offered by The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection which set sail in 2020.
A new website provides details of itineraries, pricing and onboard experiences.
Prospective passengers can browse for voyages by region, departure date or ports of interest using the ‘find a cruise’ feature, view suite and fare information and explore the yacht offering.
The website also features a downloadable digital brochure with images and further itinerary information for the inaugural season which starts in February 2020.
Back-to-back voyages can be booked without repeating ports, allowing passengers to explore a wider range of destinations.
The first of three all-inclusive 298-passenger vessels will cruise a variety of destinations, including the Mediterranean, northern Europe, the Caribbean, Latin America, Canada and the north-eastern US.
Voyages range from seven to ten nights in duration with ports including Barbados, Cartagena, Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Mykonos and Portofino.
Each itinerary includes unique programming at each destination, from a christening celebration on the inaugural sailing to the Monaco Grand Prix and Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
The hotel group’s global brand leader Lisa Holladay said: “As the first luxury hotel company to bring the legendary service and ambience of its resorts to sea, we are thrilled to offer guests a new way to create memories with The Ritz-Carlton.
“From the yacht’s design, to programming on board and ashore, every aspect of the voyage has been carefully created to embody the signature service and casual luxury of a Ritz-Carlton resort.”
The line’s chief executive Doug Prothero added: “The opening of reservations marks an exciting milestone for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, which is set to redefine luxury at sea.
“Whether you are looking for culture, adventure, or the chance to go off the beaten path, we are thrilled to be able to invite guests to explore the world with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection.”
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